• Seventh Grade Science Flexbooks and Essential Questions

     

    During the Matter Unit students explore the following essential questions:

    • How can one explain the structure, properties, and interactions of matter?
    • What is matter and what is it made of?
    • How do we measure matter?
    • How and why does matter change states?
    • How is matter conserved?
    To access the Matter Flexbook from home use the following links:
    During the Energy Unit students explore the following essential questions:
    • What is energy? What are the different forms of energy?
    • How is energy transformed from one form into another form or energy? 
    • How is energy conserved? What is meant by the concept of energy conservation? 
    • What are our energy resources?
    • What is the role of heat in every energy transfer?
    To access the Energy Flexbook from home use the following links:
    During the Ecology Unit students explore the following essential questions:
    • How do living and nonliving things interact?
    • How does energy and matter flow through ecosystems? 
    • How do ecosystems change over time? 
    • How do animals adapt to their environment?
    • How do Earth's processes and human activities affect each other?
    To access the Ecology Flexbook from home use the following links:

    During the Cells and Heredity Unit students explore the following essential questions:

    • What are the characteristics of life?
    • How are structure and function of cells related within an organism?
    • What is the difference between unicellular and multicellular life? 
    • How do cells live, grow, reproduce and basically respond to their environment?
    • How are the characteristics of one generation passed to the next?  
    • How can individuals of the same species and even siblings have different characteristics?
    To access the Cells and Heredity Flexbook from home use the following links: